Game of Thrones Season 8, the season finale was revealed by HBO at the True Detective’s premiere night. We will get to see Westeros once again on 14 April this year.
Along with this big revelation about the season’s premiere, a short teaser of Game of Thrones Season 8 was also released. Mark the day on your calendar and let’s begin the countdown. Let’s have a quick recap of everything that is revealed so far about the Game of Thrones finale.
What to expect from Game of Thrones Season 8
Till now, we have a general sense of what we can expect. But as always, Game of Thrones is one show that always proves us wrong and turns out to be bigger than our expectations each time. But for one thing, we are sure that in Season 8, we will know that who will finally get to sit on the Iron Throne.
The GOTA fans will sit tight in front of their TV screens as the season 8 will premiere. The deadly army that breached the wall in the last season and the invasion of Winterfell by them is going to be the most inevitable fallout.
Further, it would be exciting to see how Jon Snow will deal with the revelation that Daenerys is actually his aunt.
The Ultimate Clash in Game of Thrones Season 8
The ultimate clash between the Army of the Dead and the living is worth the wait and will be the most sustained action sequence of the season. Game of Thrones finale season will open at Winterfell where Daenerys will arrive with her army. She would be greeted by Lady Sansa and her kind words,
Winterfell is yours, your grace.
The final season of Game of Thrones will consist of six episodes with the budget and length of standalone movies. According to Richard Plepler, HBO’s chief executive, watching the rough cuts made him feel like he was watching six movies.
The cast has also revealed that it was really emotional for everyone and they took some time to digest the fact that it was finally over.